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Gorgeous yoga mats. Made with 100% natural rubber, recycled PU & lots of love.
Yoga Mats As Beautiful As Your Practice.
Worried About Slipping While You Hold That Downward Dog?
Harneet, a yoga teacher and our founder, had the same problem.
Besides sliding all over the place, regular yoga mats get super slippery when you sweat making it hard to focus on your yoga practice.
So, we spent 26 months perfecting the art of making yoga mats that inspire you.
A 100% natural rubber yoga mat, with a recycled PU top surface that is non-slip & sweat absorbent, even during the sweatiest practices.
You never have to worry about your yoga mat slipping, sliding or shifting, allowing you focus on what really matters.
Our PUre yoga mats come in stunning prints that encourage you to commit to your yoga practice.
Consciously crafted by yoga teachers, for everyone.
To someone that is just starting out on their yoga journey, the path is no doubt daunting. Seemingly basic poses like downward dog, bridge pose, forward folds, etc. can be out of reach for most beginners due to a lack of flexibility and mobility.
This initial inertia discourages most beginners from committing to the practice and seeing tangible changes in their body & mind.
Fortunately, a simple prop, like a yoga bolster is just what you need to make these foundational asanas easy and accessible.
Read on to know more.
Pregnancy is a miraculous journey, but it's not without its challenges. As the body undergoes profound changes to accommodate the growing life within, it's not uncommon for expectant mothers to experience various aches and pains.
So, we asked Devyani Puri, a yoga teacher who specialises in pre-natal yoga, how expectant mothers can use simple yoga asanas to make their pregnancy as comfortable as possible, and she was kind enough to share her thoughts.
The Tree Pose is considered a foundational standing pose that helps improve balance, concentration, and overall body awareness.
At first glance, the tree pose looks relatively simple. However dig deeper and you’ll see that there is so much we can learn and reflect on by performing this seemingly easy asana.
What can we learn from the humble tree pose?